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Susan Gibney is a Actor American born on 11 september 1961 at Manhattan Beach (USA)

Susan Gibney

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Nationality USA
Birth 11 september 1961 (62 years) at Manhattan Beach (USA)

Susan Gibney (born September 11, 1961, Manhattan Beach, California) is an American actress. She moved to Webster, New York at a young age, returned to California to live several times, returning to Webster in 2004. She graduated from Buffalo State College with a major in theater, and later earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Yale School of Drama. She had recurring roles as Assistant District Attorney Renee Walcott on Crossing Jordan, as Dr. Leah Brahms on Star Trek: The Next Generation and as Commander Erika Benteen on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

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Filmography of Susan Gibney (10 films)

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We Are Still Here, 1h24
Directed by Ted J. Geoghegan
Origin USA
Genres Horror
Themes Ghost films
Actors Barbara Crampton, Larry Fessenden, Lisa Marie, Monte Markham, Susan Gibney, Elissa Dowling
Roles Maddie
Rating56% 2.849022.849022.849022.849022.84902
In 1979, after the tragic death of their son Bobby in a car accident, Anne (Barbara Crampton) and Paul Sacchetti (Andrew Sensenig) have decided to move to a new home in rural New England in the hopes that it will bring them some closure. Paul especially hopes that it will be therapeutic for Anne, as the death has hit her particularly hard and caused her to spiral into a deep depression. However almost as soon as they arrive Anne claims that Bobby's spirit is present in the house and she goes so far as to enlist the help of her friend May (Lisa Marie), a self-professed psychic, and her hippie husband Jacob (Larry Fessenden) in order to make contact with him. As strange events begin to occur in the house, Anne and Paul's neighbors begin to hint that the house has a dark past that has claimed the lives of several others.
The Hammer
The Hammer (2010)
, 1h48
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy, Historical
Themes Medical-themed films, Sports films, Martial arts films, Films about disabilities, Personne sourde ou muette, Sign-language films, American Sign Language films, Films about language and translation
Actors Russell Harvard, Raymond J. Barry, Shoshannah Stern, Sara Fletcher, Courtney Halverson, Susan Gibney
Roles Janet Hamill
Rating68% 3.444513.444513.444513.444513.44451
The Hammer follows Matt Hamill, who was born deaf, in his youth and mostly in 1997, when Hamill is a sophomore walk-on at Rochester Institute of Technology and wins the first of three collegiate wrestling championships.
Knight Rider, 1h20
Directed by Steve Shill
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Thriller
Actors Justin Bruening, Deanna Russo, Mini Anden, Bruce Davison, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Val Kilmer
Roles Jennifer Traceur
Rating58% 2.9027252.9027252.9027252.9027252.902725
At night, several power company technicians answer a call at Charles Graiman's home. He is suspicious, as he did not expect them until the next morning. They threaten his daughter if he does not co-operate and Graiman suffers a fatal heart attack. Searching his home for hard drives containing the information they are after (for a defense project named Prometheus), they stumble across a parked Ford Mustang Shelby GT500KR in the garage that they unsuccessfully try to stop.
Derailed
Derailed (2002)
, 1h29
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Action
Themes Films about terrorism, Transport films, Aviation films, Rail transport films, Road movies, Dans un avion, Chase films, Films about hijackings
Actors Jean-Claude Van Damme, Tomas Arana, Laura Harring, Simona Williams, Susan Gibney, Jessica Bowman
Roles Madeline Kristoff
Rating39% 1.9686551.9686551.9686551.9686551.968655
NATO operative Jacques Kristoff (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is summoned into action—on his birthday, no less—to track down Galina Konstantin (Laura Harring), who has stolen an extremely valuable and dangerous top-secret cargo.
Cabin by the Lake, 1h31
Directed by Po-Chih Leong, Po-Chih Leong
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about writers, Serial killer films
Actors Judd Nelson, Hedy Burress, Daniella Evangelista, Michael Weatherly, Susan Gibney, Colleen Wheeler
Roles Regan
Rating55% 2.7513552.7513552.7513552.7513552.751355
The film opens with Stanley (Judd Nelson) on his boat in the middle of Summit Lake. After speaking with his agent, Regan (Susan Gibney) over the phone, Stanley accesses a hidden room in his house revealing a young woman who is chained to the floor by her ankle. He greets the woman and calls her Kimberly (Daniella Evangelista) as he places a plate of food in front of her. When he leaves the room, Kimberly walks over to the mirror and begins to cry, unaware that Stanley is studying her on the other side. Afterwards, Stanley brings her a fresh change of clothes and instructs her to dress, before gagging her with an orange and binding her hands behind her back. He forcibly escorts her onto his boat and drives out to the middle of Summit Lake, where he ties a cement block around her ankles. Curious about her predicament, he asks Kimberly how she feels, but the terrified woman does not respond. Stanley then pushes her into the lake, but promptly pulls her back up by the hair to study her expression before letting her sink to the bottom. Later, Stanley returns home to resume working on his script using the details he had gleaned from his latest victim. The next morning, he dives to the bottom of Summit Lake to tend his "garden", which consists of several women kidnapped and drowned in a similar fashion.
Evolution's Child
Directed by Jeffrey Reiner
Origin USA
Actors Ken Olin, Taylor Nichols, Susan Gibney, Jacob Smith, Heidi Swedberg, Christopher Gaze
Rating51% 2.567222.567222.567222.567222.56722
After a preserved Bronze-Age man is found in Colorado, a woman is mistakenly inseminated with semen extracted from him for DNA research. Years later the child begins to exhibit strange abilities.
The Great White Hype, 1h31
Directed by Reginald Hudlin
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films, Boxing films, Le boxe anglaise
Actors Samuel L. Jackson, Jeff Goldblum, Damon Wayans, Corbin Bernsen, Peter Berg, Jon Lovitz
Roles Vivian
Rating54% 2.7496552.7496552.7496552.7496552.749655
James "The Grim Reaper" Roper (Damon Wayans), the undefeated heavyweight boxing champ of the world, defeats his latest challenger with ease and visits an after-party thrown by the Rev. Fred Sultan (Samuel L. Jackson), a conniving and manipulative businessman who also acts as Roper's fight promoter. The Sultan relays some bad news to everyone: The fight was a financial flop. He deduces the reason that boxing events have become far less profitable is because audience members are sick of watching only black boxers fight each other. The Sultan predicts that a white contender, even one without a viable chance of winning, would create a huge payday for all involved in the fight (citing the Larry Holmes vs. Gerry Cooney battle in 1982 and the playing of the race card in that instance as a precedent), and he vows to either find or "create" a white contender in no time at all.
Unforgivable, 1h35
Directed by Graeme Campbell
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Films about families, Films about domestic violence
Actors John Ritter, Harley Jane Kozak, Kevin Dunn, Gina Philips, Susan Gibney, James McDaniel
Roles Beth French
Rating62% 3.1457353.1457353.1457353.1457353.145735
Paul Hegstrom (Ritter) is a seriously disturbed family man who puts his wife and children through physical, mental, and emotional abuse. Drawing what he calls "courage" through a whiskey bottle, he severely beats his wife, Judy (Harley Jane Kozak) until one day his eldest daughter Tammy confronts him. Paul leaves the family home and moves in with his mistress, Beth French (Gibney) but hospitalizes her a short while later following another one of his violent rages. To avoid having to spend time in jail, Paul is forced to get psychological help to be able to overcome his problems.
The Waterdance, 1h46
Directed by Michael Steinberg, Neal Jimenez
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Films about writers, Films about disabilities
Actors Helen Hunt, Eric Stoltz, Wesley Snipes, William Forsythe, Elizabeth Peña, Grace Zabriskie
Roles Cheryl Lynn
Rating66% 3.346453.346453.346453.346453.34645
Joel Garcia (Eric Stoltz) is a writer who, after a hiking accident at a mountain, must struggle with paralysis. At the same time, he carries a relationship with Anna (Helen Hunt), a married woman, with whom he was having an affair at the time of the accident. The lovers attempt to carry on their affair during his emotional and difficult rehabilitation as a paraplegic.
And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird!, 1h32
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Comic science fiction
Themes Comedy science fiction films, Robot films
Actors Marcia Strassman, Joshua John Miller, Edan Gross, John Quade, Sam Behrens, Alan Thicke
Roles Alice Woods
Rating48% 2.418412.418412.418412.418412.41841
Two boys, Joshua (Joshua John Miller) and Max (Edan Gross) attempt to invent a fully mobile robot with advanced artificial intelligence to help their mother, Sarah (Marcia Strassman) with household chores. However, after a playfully performed séance on Halloween, the ghost of their late father, Matthew (Alan Thicke) possesses the robot. The boys are overjoyed at the return of their father, but it soon becomes apparent that the people who stole their father's work are after their robot, Newman. Eventually, Matthew returns to the afterlife after setting his boys on the right path as they sell the plans for their robot to a rich Texan investor.